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What is the difference between *.ejb.DDInit and *.ejb20.DDInit

 
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Hi,
I am using weblogic server6.1 in that to create the deployment descriptor file i am using weblogic.ant.taskdef.ejb.DDInit. In this case,
fields are added into the ejb-jar.xml file. But if i use ejb20.DDInit fields are not added to the xml file.Also in both cases <assembly-descriptor>
be empty.Whether weblogic server will assume it as default value(ie all methods with Required Transaction value). Why it so?
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M.S.Raman.
 
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All, I know is that the form
"weblogic.ant.taskdefs.ejb.DDInit" will create the deployment descriptors for EJB1.1 based beans.
"weblogic.ant.taskdefs.ejb20.DDInit" will create the deployment descriptors for EJB2.0 based beans.

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